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5 Dietary habits to keep your sugar in check

According to a report by WHO (World Health Organisation), chronic diseases like cholesterol, diabetes, asthma and high blood pressure are the leading cause death and disability in India. The report also suggests a significant rise in chronic diseases in India ... First Post.com, 1 week ago

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Gujarat: After India's first Zika virus case, chief minister says complete precautions taken

The World Health Organisation on Saturday released a statement confirming India's first Zika virus cases in Gujarat's Ahmedabad. IndiaToday.in | Posted by Isha Gupta desk-itgd@intoday.com New Delhi, May 28, 2017 | UPDATED 13:52 IST A +A - Highlights 1 WHO ...
 India Today1 month ago First three Zika cases in India found in Gujarat, says WHO  Prokerala1 month ago Zika reaches India, WHO confirms 3 cases in Ahmedabad  DNA1 month ago Zika outbreak in India: WHO confirms three cases in Ahmedabad, Gujarat  First Post.com1 month ago
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Pet dogs ownership may help older people to keep healthy

Pet dogs may help older people to achieve physical activity levels, recommended by the World Health Organisation, suggests a study.
 DNA2 weeks ago Owning a dog may make elderly more active  Prokerala2 weeks ago 'Connecting People To Nature' is this year's World Environment Day theme  Sify3 weeks ago #WorldHealthDay: WHO endorses PM Narendra Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' speech on depression and mental health  DNA2 months ago
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WHO expands list of essential medicines

The World Health Organisation has added 30 new medicines for adults and 25 for children to the list of essential medicines, bringing the total number of such drugs to 433. Of the 30 new medicines for adults and 25 for kids, 10 and 12 respectively are ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago WHO categorises antibiotics to promote rational use, combat anti-microbial resistance  First Post.com3 weeks ago
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WHO confirms first three cases of Zika Virus in India

[India], May 27 (ANI): The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Saturday confirmed three cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus, including a pregnant woman, in Gujarat's Ahmedabad. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare-Government of India (MoHFW) reported three ...
 Sify1 month ago WHO confirms first three Zika virus cases in India  Deccan Herald1 month ago WHO confirms three Zika virus cases in India  Asia Net India1 month ago Congo has 29 suspected cases of deadly Ebola virus, says World Health Organisation  First Post.com1 month ago

British National Crime Agency says no second ransomware spike as yet

Britain's state-run National Health Service was among organisations across the world to be affected by the WannaCry worm, which struck on Friday and locked up hundreds of thousands of computers in factories, shops and schools.
 DNA1 month ago UK's health service limps back to normalcy after cyberattacks  Business Standard1 month ago Indian-origin doc warned against UK health service cyber hack  Deccan Herald1 month ago Experts struggle to fix NHS cyber-hack  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Ethiopian elected WHO head, Pakistani eliminated in 1st round voting

Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus became the first African Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO)Aafter he defeated British and Pakistani candidates in Tuesday's elections in Geneva.Former Pakistan Health Minister Sania Nishtar was ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is the new WHO chief, the first African to get top job  First Post.com1 month ago Ethiopia's Tedros wins WHO race, first African to get top job  Reuters1 month ago India will achieve SDG-3 targets in health sector: Nadda  Sify1 month ago
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Cycle rally

As part of the observance of World No Tobacco Day, a cycle rally organised by the Directoarte of Health and SHS, national Health Mission, Manipur will be flagged off from JNIMS auditorium tomorrow at 11 am Source The Sangai Express
 E Pao!4 weeks ago No Tobacco Day observed  The Assam Tribune4 weeks ago No Tobacco Day: WHO calls for robust tobacco control measures  DNA4 weeks ago Tobacco Causes Infertility, Reveal Doctors  Med India1 month ago
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Zika hit India in January, govt kept it a secret

Almost six months after three cases of the deadly Zika Virus were reported from Ahmedabad in Gujarat, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has finally made the information public. Surprisingly, the Union Health Ministry is still silent on the issue, even ...
 DNA1 month ago Zika hit India in January, Government kept silent  DNA1 month ago
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WHO India backs government plan to make medicines cheaper, says global impact will be positive

As the government gears up to push generic medicines to bring down costs for patients, World Health Organisation (WHO) representative in India, Henk Bekedam has stated that the move, if successfully implemented, will not only reduce the cost of medicines ...
 First Post.com1 month ago India's generics project can bring down medicine costs globally: WHO India head (IANS Interview)  Business Standard1 month ago
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